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Computer Chronicles
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On location coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. This was the first consumer electronics show that was dominated by computer makers. New products introduced here included the DVD, Pentium PCs, and color handhelds. This program also includes highlights from the 1996 MacWorld Expo in San Francisco. Guest analyst is Tim Bajarin of Creative Strategies. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Topics: macworld, consumer electronics, trade show
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It was the biggest ever launch of a software product with stores opening at midnight and buyers around the world waiting to get their hands on... an operating system! It was Windows 95. This show looks at the hoopla surrounding the launch of Windows 95, the product itself, and several Windows 95 add-on products including Microsoft Office, Viking RAM Chips, Uninstaller, Trispectives Professional, and The Hive. Originally broadcast in 1995. Copyright 1995 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: windows, microsoft, operating systems
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The upgrade from Windows 3.0 to Windows 95 was the big leap for Microsoft and began its domination of the desktop. This program looks at the new OS, originally code named "Chicago" and Windows 4.0, and new applications developed specifically for Win 95. Demonstrations include Windows 95, Norton Utilities for Win 95, Visio, and Picture Publisher. Also included are demonstratons of IBM's Warp OS/2, and the Macintosh Operating System OS 7.5. Originally broadcast in 1994. Copyright 1994...
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Topics: windows, microsoft, apple, macintosh, warp, IBM, OS/2, operating system
Computer Chronicles
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AT&T's computer operating system is threatening to take over IBM's MS-DOS dominance. Guests: John Mashey, Bell Labs; Mark Sobell, Author; Bill Joy, Sun Microsystems; Doug Hartman, Hewlett Packard; Mike Denney, Basis; Gary Kildall, DRI Products/Demos: File It, HP Integral PC, UNIX. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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A look at speech synthesis and speech recognition technologies. Guests: Herb Lechner, SRI International; Carl Berney, Speech Plus; Ron Stevens, Votan Products/Demos: Minolta Talking Camera, Texas Instruments Speak & Spell, Epsom Speech Plus Computer, IBM Votan V-5000
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Topic: Episode year: 1984
Computer Chronicles
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With the growth of desktop publishing, scanners became an important new PC peripheral, with sales in the early 1990s growing at 250% per year. This program looks at several scanner options including Logitech's ScanMan, the AVR 3000/GS Plus from Advanced Vision Research, Epson's ES-300C, Sharp's JX-600, the SpeedScanner from Array Technologies, the Caere handheld scanner, and HP's ScanJet Plus. Guest cohost is Heidi Roizen of T/Maker. Originally broadcast in 1991. Copyright 1991 Stewart Cheifet...
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Topics: scan, optical, desktop publishing
Computer Chronicles
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An in-depth look at IBM, the IBM standard and the impact of its dominant role in the PC marketplace. Guests: Norm DeWitt, Dataquest; Tom Rolander, Intel; Stewart Alsop, InfoWorld; John Doerr, Kleiner Perkins Caufield; Gary Kildall, DRI Products/Demos: IBM PC ATIBM TopView, CompuPro Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions
Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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Motorola's new PowerPC microprocessor launched a whole new generation of computers including the PowerMac. This program looks at the increased speed and functionality of computers using the new Motorola CPU. Demonstrations include various benchmark tests on the PowerMac, the PowerMac 7100 and the PowerMac 8100, applications such as Excel 5.0 for the Mac, and PhotoShop 3.0. Also a look at SoftWindows, a utility that lets you run Windows apps on a PowerMac. Includes a visit to Motorola's CPU...
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Topics: powerpc, powermac, apple, motorola, adobe, microsoft
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On location coverage of the annual PC Expo trade show in New York. Featured guests include Stewart Alsop, Larry Magid, Tim Bajarin, and Phillipe Kahn. Originally broadcast in 1994.
Topics: pc expo, trade show, new york
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Are there limits on the speed of computers and their CPUs? A review of new processor architectures to increase computing speed. Guests: Dr. Howard Resnikoff, MIT; Eugene Brooks, Lawrence Livermore; David Rodgers, Sequent; Dr. H.T. Kung, Carnegie Mellon Univ; Craig Mundie, Alliant; Jeff Canin, Hambrecht & Quist; Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Peter Appleton-Jones, ELXSI Products/Demos:
Topic: Episode year: 1986
Computer Chronicles
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The OS/2 operating system started out as a joint venture between Microsoft and IBM. That venture fell apart as Microsoft went its own way with Windows. This program looks at IBM's OS/2 and compares its features to Microsoft's Windows 3.0. Demonstrations include Sound Impression, cc:Mail, Lotus 1-2-3, AmiPro, and SuperProject. Includes a visit to ZD Labs for their evaluation of Windows NT and to the annual IBM OS/2 conference. Guests include John Soyring, IBM's manager of software development,...
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Topics: lotus, ibm, OS/2, operating system, windows, microsoft
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Ten years after the PC revolution, experts were saying the PC model is obsolete. This program looks at several fresh approaches to the personal computer. Included are the TransPhone net terminal, Apple's multimedia Pippin Power Mac, the brand new Palm Pilot from U.S. Robotics, the BeBox using the Be operating system, and Oracle's new NC or Network Computer. Guests include Bruce Tognazinni, author of "Tog on Software Design. Originally broadcast in 1996.
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Topics: palm pilot, apple pippin, oracle Network Computer
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A look at the first generation of Pentium based personal computers. Included are demonstrations of new Pentium PCs from Gateway, Compaq, and ALR (Advanced Logic Research). Also a visit to Intel Labs to see how Pentium chips are made and a visit to PC Week Labs to see their evaluation process for new Pentium PCs. Guests include Ken Lowe of Dataquest and Jim Louderback of PC Week. Originally broadcast in 1993. Copyright 1993 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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History and development of the microprocessor. Guests: Herb Lechner, SRI; Phil Downing, AMD Products/Demos: AMD 2901 (4 bit), AMD 29116 (16 bit)
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Topic: Episode year: 1984
Computer Chronicles
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In the late 1980's PC users were ecstatic over the introduction of 32 bit processors and CPUs running at the blazing speed of 33 megahertz. This program looks at some performance innovations including the AST Premium 386SX/33, the IBM 286s, the Cumulus 386SX add-on card, the Hauppauge 386 Motherboard 33, the Everex 386, and MultiSoft's PC-Kwik Power Pak. Software used for demonstrations include AutoCAD, Splash and Excel. Also features a look at new Intel chips, the i486 CISC and the i860 RISC...
Topics: CPU, microprocessor, megahertz
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An in-depth look at the early Apple Macintosh computer, available software and hardware add-ons. Originally broadcast in 1985. Guests: Joanna Hoffman, Apple; Bob Foster, Telos Software; Lee Lorenzen, Digital Research; Ben Wiseman, InfoCorp; Gary Kildall, DRI; Larry Tesler, Apple Products/Demos: Apple Macintosh, MacProject, FileVision, GEM DrawJazz. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: macintosh, apple, jobs
Computer Chronicles
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A consumer's guide to the most popular low-cost home computers. Guests: Jack Tramiel, Atari; Leonard Tramiel, Atari; Frank Leonardi, Commodore; Gary Kildall, Digital Research Products/Demos: Commodore Laptop, Commodore 128, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST 512. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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A visit to the High Tech Expo in Tsukuba, Japan for a look at the latest Japanese robotics technology. Features Sony, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Fanuc, NEC, and others. Plus a robot from Waseda University that can play the organ! Originally broadcast in 1985. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: 1985, japan, robots, tsukuba, expo
Computer Chronicles
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The new breed of integrated software suites and the visual interface. Guests: Gary Kildall, DRI; John Couch, Apple; Bill Coleman, VisiOn Products/Demos: Apple LisaVisiOn, DESQ
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Topic: Episode year: 1984
Computer Chronicles
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How do you communicate with your computer? This program looks at various input devices for telling your computer what you want it to do. Demonstrations include various mice from Microsoft, Logitech, Multimouse, and MSC, new keyboards from Apricot and Honeywell, the L-PC Lite Pen, a bar code reader, Felix for the Macintosh, the Keytronic Touchpad keyboard, the FastTrap trackball, the cordless Manager Mouse, the Elographics touch screen, and NestorWriter. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Topics: keyboard, mouse, light pen
Computer Chronicles
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A first look at the new IBM PS2 computer and its design and interface innovations. Guests: Tony Harris, Digital Research; David Bunnell, PCW Communications; John Dvorak, PC Magazine; Ron Kaufmann, RX Computers; George Morrow, Nestar; Jan Lewis, Palo Alto Research Group; Gary Kildall, Digital Research Products/Demos: DOS 3.3, Gem Desktop Publisher, IBM PS2 Model 50, GEM Draw Plus, FLEX-OS. Copyright 1987 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topic: Episode year: 1987
Computer Chronicles
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An introduction to Apple's Hypercard. Guests include Apple Fellow and Hypercard creator Bill Atkinson, Hypercard senior engineer Dan Winkler, author of "The Complete Hypercard Handbook" Danny Goodman, and Robert Stein, Publisher of Voyager Company. Demonstrations include Hypercard 1.0, Complete Car Cost Guide, Focal Point, Laserstacks, and National Galllery of Art. Originally broadcast in 1987. Copyright 1987 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: hypercard, apple, bill atkinson
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A look at the hot new computer games of 1995. Games covered include Voyeur, Astronomica, Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger, Master of Magic, Nascar Racing, Front Page Sports: Football Pro '95, Daedalus Encounter from Mechadeus, and Loadstar: The Legend of Tully Bodine. Includes visits to Electronic Arts and Rocket Science Games and an interview with "The Fat Man", George Sanger. Originally broadcast in 1995.
Topics: games, video games, computer games
Computer Chronicles
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A review of the best new computer games of the year. Demonstrations include The Neverhood from DreamWorks Interactive, Shattered Steel from Interplay, Tomb Raider from Eidos, and Diablo from Blizzard. Also includes a visit to a Quake marathon and a tour of the usability lab at The Learning Company. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Topics: computer games, diablo, quake
Computer Chronicles
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A profile on computer pioneer Gary Kildall and the important contributions he made to the PC industry including the true story on how IBM ended up using MS-DOS rather than CP/M. Kildall developed CP/M, the first personal computer operating system. He was also a co-host on the early Computer Chronicles series. Includes comments by Gordon Eubanks, Symantec; Tom Rolander, DRI; Tim Bajarin, Creative Strategies; Lee Lorenzen, DRI; Jacqui Morby, TA Associates; Alan Cooper, CP/M applications...
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Topics: Episode year: 2001, Episode year: 1995, Operating systems: CP/M, the first operating system,...
Computer Chronicles
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A review of flight simulator software. Included are demonstrations of Falcon AT 1.11, F-15 Strike Eagle II, Jet Fighter 1.5, A-10 Tank Killer 1.2, subLOGIC's Flight Simulator ATP 1.0, and Microsoft's Flight Simulator 4.0. Guests include Gilman Louie, President of Spectrum Holobyte, Major Bill Stealey, President of MicroProse, and Moses Ma, Chairman of Velocity Development. Originally broadcast in 1990. Copyright 1990 Stewart Cheifet Productions
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Highlights of the 1995 Fall Comdex show shot on location in Las Vegas. Includes excerpts from the keynote speech by Bill Gates. Originally broadcast in 1995. Copyright 1995 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topics: comdex, trade show, las vegas
Computer Chronicles
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A look at new email systems, comparative advantages and pitfalls and new email accessories and tools. Guests: Stuart Davidson, MCI; Jeff Anderholm, Lotus; Lloyd Kreuzer, Kreuzer Software; Carl Berney, Speech Plus; Charles Foskett, Natural Microsystems; Jan Lewis, Palo Alto Research Group Products/Demos: Lotus Express, MCI Mail, The Source, Call for Text, Watson
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Topic: Episode year: 1986
Computer Chronicles
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Today we take for granted the fact that we can watch video on our computers, but in the early 1990s, that was a big innovation. This program looks at early examples of desktop video on the Amiga, the Mac, and the IBM PC. Demonstrations include the Amiga 2500, the Amiga video authoring system, the Pionner LaserDisk player, MacroMind's Director 2.0 for the Mac IIx, the Avid/1 Media Composer, the DVA-4000 video controller from VideoLogic, and the use of desktop video at the NASA Ames research...
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Topics: amiga, macromedia, director, avid, videologic, macromind
Computer Chronicles
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The keyboard is a rather primitive way to communicate with a computer. This program looks at several alternatives including Dragon Naturally Speaking, Dragon Mobile Organizer, Auto PC, InfoGation Odussey, InfoGation Phonebase, BeVocal, Force Feedback joystick from Microsoft, Razor Boomslang mouse, EverGlide Mouse Pad, Interact Starfire Lightblaster, and Sega's Fishing Controller. Originally broadcast in 2000.
Topics: speech recognition, joystick, keyboard
Computer Chronicles
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Computer and communication technologies are merging creating the new field of informatics. Guests: Bob Metcalfe, 3Com; Bill Gillis, Charles Schwab; Glenn Albinger, Computer Colorworks; Barry Margerum, Grid Systems; Gary Kildall, Digital Research Products/Demos: Ethernet, UNET, Digital Paintbrush System, Grid Compass, QuoTrekRolm Jupiter and Cedar Systems, AT&T 7300. Originally broadcast in March 1985. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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A look at the new technology for computers communicating with other computers. Guests: Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Sherry Geddes, Strategic Inc.; Bob Metcalfe, 3Com; Bill Godbout, CompuPro; Richard Goldberg, IBM; Nat Goldhaber, Centram Systems; George Morrow, Morrow Computing Products/Demos: EtherMacToken Ring, TOPS Network. Originally broadcast in October 1985. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: 1985, 3com, ibm, ethernet
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A review of computer art, graphics capabilities of computers and professional computer graphics systems. Guests: Herb Lechner, SRI International; Don McKinney, Silicon Graphics; Michael Arent, Freelance Artist; Kevin Prince, MCI/Quantel; Ann Chase, Freelance Artist Products/Demos: MCI Quantel PaintBox, Silicon Graphics 3D Animation, Apple IIe. Originally broadcast in 1984. Copyright 1984 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: 1984, paintbox, quantel, silicon grapics
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A look at the hottest computer games in the early 1990's. Included are Wordtris, Crisis in the Kremlin, Earl Weaver Baseball II, Railroad Tycoon, Playmaker Football 2.0, King's Quest V, The Games: Winter Challenge, and TSN (The Sierra Network). Also features a visit to Lucasfilm Games and their development process for titles such as Indiana Jones, The Fate of Atlantis, Monkey Island 2, and Lechuck's Revenge. Another segment looks at the InGolf Simulator from TOP Pro Sports, a game which...
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Topics: monkey island, indiana jones, baseball, king's quest
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A look at the people who are driving the personal computer industry. Guests: Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Steve Wozniak, Apple; Adam Osborne, Osborne Computer; Lore Harp, Vector Graphic; Gene Amdahl, Trilogy Systems. Originally broadcast in 1984. Copyright 1984 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topic: Episode year: 1984
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A review of hardware and software products for artists. Products reviewed include Opal Vision for the Amiga 4000, Alladin 4D for the Amiga 4000, CorelDraw for Windows, Fractal Design's Painter 1.2 for the Mac, and the Calcomp Drawing Board. Also featured are visits to the Academy of Art College in San Francisco and the studio of computer artist Jim Ludtke. Originally broadcast in 1992. Copyright 1992 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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The Commodore 64 was the first computer for many families. This program looks at what you can do with the famous C-64. Demonstrations include The Wine Steward, Skate or Die, Strike Fleet, the Koala Pad, Master Composer, Tetris, and Berkeley Software's GEOS. Includes a visit to a Commodore Owners Users Group meeting and an interview with Max Toy, president of Commodore. Originally broadcast in 1988. Copyright 1988 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: commodore, C-64, GEOS
Computer Chronicles
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Highlights from the annual Comdex trade show in Las Vegas. Originally broadcast in 1987. Copyright 1987 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topic: comdex
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On location coverage of the annual winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Products introduced at the show include the new Pentium MMX processors, televisions and phones that act as internet terminals, new web audio devices, handheld digital players, and an innovative approach to networking from IBM called the PAN or personal area network. Originally broadcast in 1997. Copyright 1997 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: consumer electronics, trade show, CES
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Highlights from the annual winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas featuring new personal technology products. Guest's include Nolan Bushnell and T/Maker CEO Heidi Roizen. Products covered include IBM PS/1, Commodore CD-TV, Kodak Photo CD, Sansui Robot CD Changer, Franklin Concise Columbia Encyclopedia, Brother Powernote, Laser PC-4, Sega GameGear and the Miracle Piano Teaching System from Software Toolworks. Originally broadcast in 1991. Copyright 1991 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: CES, consumer electronics, gadgets
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Multimedia was the big deal in the early 90's as software publishers rushed to use the new storage medium for bigger and more interactive programs. This show looks at several new software titles on CD-ROM including Sherlock Holmes from ICOM Simulations, Jazz: A Multimedia History from Compton's New Media, and Battle Chess from MacPlay. Also a look at CD-ROM hardware including the TurboDuo from Turbo Technologies and the Portable CD-ROM Player from Sony and the Desktop Library CD-ROM system....
Topics: sony, compact disk, compact disc, multimedia, optical
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An up close and personal profile of Microsoft chairman Bill Gates. Includes comments by John Gage, Sun Microsystems; David Kirkpatrick, Fortune Magazine; Tony Perkins, Red Herring; Mitchell Kertzman, Liberate Technologies; Alex Vieux, Dasar. Originally broadcast in 1998. Copyright 1998 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: Episode Year: 1998, Television Programs, Computers: History, bill gates, microsoft
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The Atari ST is a big hit in Europe but it's not very popular yet in the U.S. A look at some of the cool features that attract Atari fans. Guests: Jim Kent, Author; Vincent de Phillippo, Winners; Andrew Reese, START Magaz; Nathan Potechin, ISD Mktg Inc; Eric Peterson, Cogswell College; Gary Kildall, DRI Products/Demos: Cyber Paint; Spectre 128Dyna Cadd; Calamus; Atari Mega 4Atari 1040 ST. Originally broadcast in 1989. Copyright 1989 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topic: Episode year: 1989
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For fans of the Commodore Amiga, the introduction of the new Amiga 3000 was big news, even though the price tag was nearly $4,000. This program looked at the new Amiga computer and new third party appplications. Demonstrations include the Amiga 3000, the Amiga 2500, the AmigaVision authoring system, The Animation Studio, and the Video Toaster from NewTek. Also includes a visit to FAUG, the First Amiga Users Group, in Palo Alto. Guests include Paul Montgomery, Tim Jenison, Lou Wallace, and...
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Topics: Episode Year: 1988, Television Programs, Computers: History, amiga, commodore, video toaster
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A look at the new Amiga models including the Amiga 2500 and new software and peripherals for the Amiga computers. Guests: Tom Stearns, Commodore; Lou Wallace, Amiga World; Dan Silva, Author; Jim Schneider, Inno; Vision; Gary Kildall, DRI Products/Demos: Menace; Battle Chess; Amiga 2500 Deluxe Paint III, Video Effects 3D. Originally broadcast in March 1989. Copyright 1989 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: Episode Year: 1989, Television Programs, Computers: History, amiga, commodore, battle chess
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How much computer can you get at the bottom end of the market - comparison between the Commodore Amiga and the Atari 520ST. Guests: Rick Geiger, Commodore; Tim Mott, Electronic Arts; Bryan Kerr, Atari; Jim Tittsler, Atari; Lewis Moore, Home Computing; George Morrow, Morrow Computing; Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Tim Bajarin, Creative Strategies Products/Demos: Atari 800, Commodore 64, Amiga IBM PC Emulator, Commodore Amiga, Atari 520, STNEO Paint. Originally broadcast in December 1985....
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Topics: Episode Year: 1985, Television Programs, Computers: History, amiga, atari